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Critically Thinking in the time of Covid Group

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Drum Roll please---they finally have a "Model" to prove just how dangerous the unjabbed are! MONTREAL - While remaining unvaccinated against COVID-19 is often framed as a personal choice, those who spurn the vaccines raise the risk of infection for those around them, a new study suggests.

The research published Monday in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found that vaccinated people who mix with those who are not vaccinated have a significantly greater chance of being infected than those who stick with people who have received the shot.

In contrast, unvaccinated people's risk of contracting COVID-19 drops when they spend time with people who are vaccinated, because they serve as a buffer to transmission, according to the mathematical model used in the study.

Apr 26, 2022

Anyway you look at this, especially in light of what Dr Desmet says is going on, it's another way to point the finger at the problem in order to self justify bad behavior.



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